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Getting Your Cat to The Veterinarian Northeast Philadelphia

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Think your Cat has a hard time going to the vet? You’re not alone. Fortunately, there are strategies to reduce the anxiety some cats experience when being placed in a carrier, leaving the house, or traveling to the vet. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call one of our offices today.

The Cutest Picture You Will Ever See

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Dr. G With One Of His Tiniest Patients. World Of Animals Mayfair.

Vaccinations Veterinarian In Northeast Philadelphia

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Puppies, kittens, and any Newly Adopted Pet need to be seen as soon as possible upon adoption/purchase for a full physical examination.  Puppies and kittens should be vaccinated at approximately 8, 12 and 16 weeks of age so that they can form a proper immunity to common diseases.



Wintertime Pet Hazards Veterinary Hospital In Northeast Philadelphia

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Exposure to the winter’s dry, cold air, snow and ice can cause problems for your dog resulting in dry, flaky skin and chapped paws. Different threats and hazards can put our pets at risk during the wintertime season including dangerous chemicals from ice-melting agents that can be licked from your pet’s paws. With preparation and Proper Care, steps can be taken to make sure your pet is safe during this time of year.



Does your pet have heartworm disease

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Our World of Animals Veterinarians recommend that every dog aged 1 year and over be tested once a year for heartworms and be given heartworm prevention (after a negative test) once a month all year long.

Bathing Your Dog Northeast Philadelphia Veterinarian

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There are a variety of factors that have to be considered in your dog’s bathing routine such as the breed, coat, health and activity of your dog. Healthy dogs who spend most of their time indoors may only need a bath once or twice a year, while a dog who is actively outdoors may need a bath more often, especially after some fun in the mud! Be careful not to over-bathe your dog. Bathing too frequently can actually dry the skin and coat and make your dog itchy. Excessive water in your dog’s ears can sometimes start an infection.